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DIY Family Tree Shadow Box

By Jul 29, 2014 February 2nd, 2015 18 Comments

This week we are featuring a DIY Family Tree Shadow Box you are sure to love. This shadow box is a great way to celebrate your family, and it will look beautiful in your home. So get ready to link up, watch the video, and create something of your very own.

DIY Family Tree Shadow Box

DIY Family Tree Shadow Box

The DIY Family Tree Shadow Box is a perfect way to show off your family heritage!

They are simple to create, and they also make a sweet and thoughtful gift.

DIY Family Tree Shadow Box Supplies

Supplies

  • a large shadow box
  • a piece of green cardstock
  • a leaf shape paper punch
  • a hot glue gun
  • and a pen

DIY Family Tree Shadow Box Instructions

DIY Family Tree Shadow Box Tutorial

Use the leaf shape paper punch to make 30 leaves from your green cardstock.

Cut your twigs into “Y” shapes. You will need 14 Y’s, plus one large section to serve as a trunk.

Arrange your twigs in the shadow box, stacking the smaller Y’s on top of each other. Once you are satisfied with your tree shape, glue the twigs into place.

Each one of your leaves represents a member of your family. Write their names on the leaves, and add them to the tree. Start with the husband and wife at the bottom, and work your way up the family line.

To see the full tutorial make sure to watch the below video.

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About Emily Louise

Emily is a apron-wearing, camera-wielding, mother and pilots wife who has found her niche in discovering a reason to celebrate every day and enjoying the simple things life has to offer.

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